Cellebrite was established in Israel in 1999 by Avi Yablonka, Yaron Baratz, and Yuval Aflalo.Ron Serber joined Cellebrite in 2001 and Yossi Carmil joined in 2004. Since 2005 they both served as Co-CEO's until Ron Serber left the company in 2020.
Yossi Carmil is the current company CEO.
Cellebrite first manufactured hardware and software that offered a compressive phone-to-phone data transfer devices, contact synchronization and content transfer tools for mobile phones, intended for use by wireless carrier sales and support staff in retail stores.
In 2007, Cellebrite established an independent division targeted at the mobile forensics industry.That year, Cellebrite was acquired by FutureDial Incorporated and one of its major shareholders, Sun Corporation in Japan. Today Sun Corporation is Cellebrite's largest shareholder. In 2019 Israeli Growth Partners invested $110 million in Cellebrite.In 2020, Cellebrite acquired BlackBag Technologies, a forensics company with a focus on computer forensics. The acquisition allowed Cellebrite to expand its digital intelligence solution offerings to include data collection tools from computers.In 2021, Cellebrite announced a business combination agreement and plan of merger with TWC Tech Holdings II Corporation. Once completed, Cellebrite would become a publicly listed company on the Nasdaq under the new ticker symbol, “CLBT”; the pro forma implied equity value of Cellebrite post-merger is expected to be approximately $2.4 billion.
Mr. Ronnen Armon (Chief Products & Technologies Officer)
Anat Earon-Heilborn (VP of Investor Relations)
Ms. Osnat Tirosh (Chief People & Corp. Devel. Officer)
Ms. Ayala Berler Shapira (Gen. Counsel)
Ms. Lisa Cole (Chief Marketing Officer)
Mr. Leeor Ben-Peretz (Chief Strategy Officer)
Adam Jaffe (VP of Global Communications)
Recognition and Awards
Mr. Yossi Carmil (Founder, CEO & Director)
Ms. Dana Gerner (Chief Financial Officer)
Mr. Arnon Zilberman (Exec. VP of Information Systems & Operations)